Understanding Regeneration with Stem Cells
Stem cell therapy, a complex subject that interests many but is truly understood by few, holds incredible promise for the future of regenerative wellness.
Many individuals are surprised to learn that stem cell therapy is not a new arrival to the world of wellness. In fact, stem cells have attracted the interest of scientists and doctors for generations, and modern-day stem cell research is proving that the use of stem cells may hold even more potential than we ever thought.
Although stem cell research has unearthed so much critical information about how human stem cells can help so many, there is still much to be learned. But what we do know is that stem cell therapy, when administered by experienced professionals to support hope and healing, can be life-changing for a diverse range of individuals.
At Achieve Vitality, our efforts have always been rooted in the belief that education and awareness must be a part of the foundation of regenerative wellness. As part of our work to spread the message of stem cell therapy and its regenerative capabilities, we are working diligently to simplify the science and make it easier to understand these specialized cells and how they work.
In this guide to stem cell therapy, we are going to take you on an educational journey that covers extensive ground. We will discuss what stem cells are, different types of cells that fall within the “stem cell” category, and how researchers are finding that this cell-based therapy can be used to help you.
After the guide, we will offer the opportunity to delve deeper into the idea of using stem cells for full-body wellness. Our team hopes that you will accompany us on the path towards healing, but regardless of how you choose to move forward, this guide will empower you to make informed and confident decisions for your future.
What are Stem Cells?
Think of stem cells as your body’s “raw materials”: they are the highly specialized cells from which different cell types (with unique functions) are created. They function as your body’s internal repair system, supporting the immune system’s key functions and fulfilling a vital role in our everyday lives.
Stem cells can become any type of cell in the body and serve that unique function. Some daughter cells will become blood cells, while others will be bone cells, skin cells, brain cells, or even heart muscle cells.
What is so miraculous about stem cells is that there are no other types of cells that can naturally produce new cell types. For researchers, this distinguishing characteristic has made studying stem cell science so fascinating and thrilling.
Types of Stem Cells
For those asking about the various types of stem cells within our bodies throughout our lifetimes, the better question might be: “Where do stem cells come from?” Generally, stem cells are categorized according to their source. Presently, medical researchers have established several different sources of stem cells, each one producing a unique cell type:
- Embryonic/fetal: These are stem cells derived from embryos ranging from three to five days old. Human embryonic stem cells present serious moral concerns and considerable controversy despite their versatility. There are ethical questions about the morality of sourcing cells from an early-stage embryo for many people. Embryonic stem cell research not only takes the embryo before it has reached maturity, but it can also pose a danger to the mother’s life. For these and other reasons, it is currently illegal in the U.S.
- Amniotic fluid and/or placenta (perinatal stem cells): Via amniocentesis, stem cells can be directly extracted from the amniotic sac or placenta. But because of issues with inconsistent concentrations and a stem cell count that cannot be verified, amniotic and placental stem cells are not frequently used. There is still much research that needs to be done before scientists fully understand this stem cell type.
- Autologous: These cells are derived from the client’s own body. Collected through a surgical procedure, these stem cells may be genetically reprogrammed to serve similar functions as embryonic stem cells. However, it is not yet known whether this form of stem cell therapy will cause adverse effects, and it can be an invasive and expensive procedure with varying results. Also, it seems that adult stem cells may not be as durable and versatile as we would like, and they could contain harmful abnormalities due to cellular errors or exposure to environmental hazards.
- Umbilical cord: These stem cells are often called Infiniti Cells, perhaps because they are proving to be a source of nearly limitless potential thus far. Collection is safe, fast, and simple, and does not pose serious risks. And the benefits of Infiniti Cells extend far beyond that – their use is based on already-accepted medical practices, and they are a potent and robust option that can be customized to suit individual needs and goals. Also, because they are immune-system privileged, they carry no risk of rejection.
What is stem cell therapy (regenerative wellness), and how does it work?
Regenerative wellness is the practice of generating new cells to replace the old, helping repair damage and resolve disease in a variety of scenarios.
Within your body’s DNA is an already-existing blueprint for healing and regeneration. But then, why do issues such as aging, sickness, injury, and disease occur so often? Unfortunately, even though stem cells are able to remedy significant damage and disease, their numbers decline rapidly as we age. As a result, degeneration gains the upper hand.
Regenerative stem cell therapies seek to replenish the body’s natural internal repair system. With the right approach, your body can do what it was divinely designed to do: rebuild, repair, and regenerate. For example, rather than rely on organ or bone marrow transplantation, medical experts are looking to stem cell therapy instead.
A Brief History of Stem Cell Therapy
Stem cell therapies first emerged in the 1950s, when they were used as a method for treating leukemia. However, the scientific community was well-aware of stem cells long before then. In fact, the term “stem cells” was coined by German scientist Ernst Haeckel in the 19th century. By the 1800s scientists understood that a certain type of cell was able to duplicate itself. In the next century, these cells were found to exist in blood. Then, by the 1950s and 1960s, researchers discovered that bone marrow contains stem cells.
History was made in the 1960s, when the first-ever successful bone marrow transplant was used as a measure against a condition called combined severe immunodeficiency. Umbilical cord stem cells were discovered in 1978, and in 1988 they were located within adipose tissue (fat). From that point, just a few years passed before researchers understood that stem cells were present in all of the body’s tissues.
However, once it was realized that our supply of stem cells declines with age, the quest began to learn how to deal with that and other limiting factors. Emerging stem cell therapies seek to fulfill the purpose of prevention, not just treatment.
Is Infiniti Cell therapy FDA-approved?
Because Infiniti Cell therapy is still classified as a natural therapy, it does not fall under the approval of the FDA as of now. However, Achieve Vitality partners with U.S. labs that are fully approved and regulated by the FDA.
What is the process for Infiniti Cell therapy?
Many people are surprised to learn that a complex and incredible practice such as stem cell therapy can be completed within just a few moments. Depending on your needs, you may opt for a single therapy or schedule regular therapy to keep specific symptoms at bay. Many clients experience positive results within a few weeks, and the full effects of regeneration will unfold over several months. Even more exciting, it’s not unusual for our clients to report that the therapy is providing benefits you didn’t expect, such as improved vision or more stable blood sugar levels.
Ultimately, because each human is beautifully unique, so are their experiences with Infiniti Cell therapy. But based on what we’ve learned from therapies thus far, any individual hoping to achieve optimal health can be an outstanding candidate.
Let Achieve Vitality Help You Demystify the Science of Infiniti Cell Therapy
There’s no question that Infiniti Cells will serve a pivotal role in the future of regenerative wellness – in fact, it’s likely that Infiniti Cell therapy will eventually transform the way we think about healthcare altogether. Within these minuscule cells is something that no microscope can see, yet it could be the key to unlocking a happier, healthier society: hope.
At the heart of Infiniti Cell therapy is the core belief that the power that created your body is the same one that can heal it. The human body is a miracle of fantastic and functional design, and when combined with the innovation of modern regenerative wellness, it is more than capable of lasting health.
At Achieve Vitality, our mission has always been to extend the possibilities of Infiniti Cell therapies to all those that can benefit from it. Additionally, we aim to open a new door to what we refer to as “smart medicine,” that is, the practice of making prevention a priority and taking a proactive role in your health. You would be amazed at how your body can heal itself when provided with the proper tools: and our Infiniti Cell therapies can be the holistic health solution that gives you the boost your body needs.
If you’ve been searching for a better way to achieve optimum health and resolve your biggest health challenges, it might be time to think outside the box of traditional treatments and pharmaceutical drugs. Open your heart to the possibilities beyond what you thought you knew about wellness, and look forward to a new way of healing through the use of stem cells. Whether you’re hoping for help for yourself or a loved one, Achieve Vitality can help you take your first steps in a new direction.
Learn more about how Infiniti Cell therapy may be used to help your most frustrating ailments and what makes Achieve Vitality unique by signing up for a no-cost virtual webinar or downloading our free e-book today.